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I have presented my legal scholarship in a variety of conference settings, including at the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference and at conferences and symposia at UCLA Law School, Loyola Law School, Cardozo Law School, the University of Utah law school, and a variety of other academic settings.
“The Divine Institution of Marriage”: Religious Use of Legal Arguments in the Proposition 8 Campaign. St. John’s Law School Symposium on Legal, Secular, and Religious Perspectives on Marriage Equality, Marriage Protection, and Same-Sex Marriage. November 12, 2010 (forthcoming).
Apology, Microreparations, and the Reparations Movement. Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference, “H.R. 40: Creating a Dialogue on the Legacy of Slavery” panel, Washington, D.C., September 17, 2010.
Rethinking Restitution for Slavery and Jim Crow. 2010 Civil Justice Symposium at Loyola Law School, “Rethinking Remedies” panel, Los Angeles, California, March 26, 2010 (invited panelist) (with Jason Solomon, Stephen Munzer, and Doug NeJaime).
Towards Microreparations. Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law, 2010 Southwest Junior Faculty Conference, Tempe, Arizona, March 15, 2010.
Forty Acres at the Intersection: The Role of Slavery Reparations in Addressing the Subordination of Multiply-Marginalized People. UCLA Law School, 4th Annual Critical Race Studies Symposium, “Intersectional Critiques of Legal Doctrine” panel, Los Angeles, California, March 11, 2010 (panelist and moderator) (with K.J. Greene, William “Chip” Carter Jr., and Joseph Morrisey).
Radical Reparations. Southern California Junior Faculty Conference, Southwestern University Law School, Los Angeles, California, May 2009.
Towards Microreparations. University of Utah works-in-progress series, Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2009.
Reinventing Reparations. LaVerne Law School works in progress series, Orange, California, February 2009.
Legal Claims for Reparations. Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference, “Reparations for Slavery” panel, Washington, D.C., October 2006 (invited panelist) (with Katrina Browne and Eric J. Miller).
Causation and Attenuation in the Slavery Reparations Debate. Brooklyn-Cardozo Mass Tort series, Cardozo Law School, New York, New York, 2004.
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